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Display message "DSP NG"

I have a Pioneer VSX D512, infact was given to me. I have connected all the speakers and dvd to it but nothing is playing even the tuner.
It is diplaying "DSP NG" afetr any selection I am making but no sound is coming to the loudspeakers. I hear all relays clicking when I select the surround sound
Grateful if you can explain what is going on in my case

Thanks and regards
Jean

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Hi pay attention to do all interconnections right
You can get help dowlowding a low cost service manual at link below:
http://www.smpcshop.com/VSX-D414-VSX-D512-p-5216.html
Have a nice day and Good luck

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"DSP NG" The built-in microcomputer is not functioning correctly.
All you can do since you got it for free, you can try banging it with your arm a few times turn of the power, unplug 10mins put it back in. If the same message still keeps coming up after a few times and a few bangs. Then you should take it for repairs / contact your dealer.
Heh, what a tech I am, :D telling a "customer" to hit hes product.
Well good luck.

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

  • Ekse Feb 21, 2008

    Dont pay for a manual! in most cases you can find a free copy with google!

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